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On stock cooling I wouldn't go much past 1.4b, but every case is different. Use core temps and watch temperatures under load, I would not go must over 70c.
    
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i5 4690K @ 4.4/1.13v | 4.7/1.28v ASROCK Z97M-ITX/ac 560TI Crucial 1600lv @ 1900 / 999 
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Crucial M550 256 Random 1TB RAID1 Noctua NH-D14 10 x64 
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You wont be able to get to 4.3 ghz on a e4700, not on air at least, maybe not even on water, its the same chip I have just with a different multi. I cant get above 3.1 without having to go with a 1.5v vcore, even with it overclocked it wont perform as well as an e8400 stock. I suggest you get the e8400 and run it stock until you can afford a rig to put it into to overclock it
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